Esoteric Hollywood: Jamie Hanshaw on Trauma Based Hollywood Control

In this episode of Esoteric Hollywood Jamie Hanshaw joins me to discuss four bizarre films that all happened to tie together: Crimson Peak, Maps to the Stars, The Fall and Society. From elite Satanism to predatory cannibalism, this sicko episode is not for the faint of heart.

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3 Comments on Esoteric Hollywood: Jamie Hanshaw on Trauma Based Hollywood Control

  1. Both Biran Yunza (Society), and Tarsem Singh (The Fall) have interesting films behind them. Yunza has produced several Lovecraft adaptations including the brilliant Re-Animator. Tarsem Singh directed The Cell with Jennefer Lopez, which was the film where she enters the mind of a serial killer, which is full of all kinds of imagary including a garden of paradise and a snake climax. His last film Self/Less was about transfering the mind to another body. His pop videos are not much different.

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